The Future of Medicine: The Gut Microbiome

Where does the future of medicine lie? Perhaps in our intestines. By Aditya Uppuluri Recent research suggests that the secret to tackling conditions such as atherosclerosis (accumulation of plaque in arteries), cancer, and even autism…

Mal Heur à Oregon

Fatimah Choudhury, contributing writer   Back in 1979, The Sagebrush Rebellion was a reform that overtook the West in which the federal government was demanded to surrender a vast amount of land to state and…

Building Your Personal Brand

Building Your Personal Brand By Micaela Itona If you were stuck in the elevator with the CEO of Apple, Google, or Cisco Systems, what would you say? Allison Fink of Hearst Magazines says you need…

Whatever you, do it with Passion: A Message…

Whatever you, do it with Passion.   A Message from Professor B.S. Mani   On December 8, over 150 Mechanical Engineering students, mostly freshmen, will gather in the Campus Center Ballroom A to showcase their reverse…

NJIT Athletics: Students Subsidizing Sports

NJIT Athletics: Students Subsidizing Sports By Megan Sweeney, copy editor   During my tenure at NJIT, I have not always agreed with the decisions the university has made. Recently, NJ.com posted a story reporting that…

Planned Parenthood: Newark and Nationwide

Planned Parenthood: Newark and Nationwide By Prasanna Tati, staff writer This Thanksgiving weekend was met with tragedy as a lone gunman walked into a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood with a gun and “items” (as described…

Do you stand with Mizzou?

Who Stands With Mizzou? Prasanna Tati Racist incidents in American streets have been nothing but top headlines in the recent past, but today a new variation of the same racism has been gripping headlines before…

Drugs, Profits, and Civic Duty

In a move that shocked many people and media outlets, CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals Martin Shkreli increased the price of Daraprim from $13.50 to $750. Daraprim is a prescription medication that is used to treat…